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Nutritional healing that breaks the bank, Aug. 16 2000
We bought this book looking for a natural way to treat a problem all four members of our family have, a late-afternoon slump we've been told is probably hypoglycemia. We took the book with us to the health food store and started to load up on just the supplements that it lists as "very important" and "important."
A 15-day supply of supplements for the four of us cost $454.69, including tax. And this was shopping at a discount place. Even worse, none of us felt all that much better after trying them for a couple of weeks--although to be fair, at least we parents may have been stressed out by the dent to our budget.
Somehow it isn't surprising that one of the authors of this book runs her own health food store.
We didn't give up on the idea of using a natural approach, however, and we found a more effective--and much, much less expensive ($38.07 a week for the family)--way to deal with our problem naturally in Encyclopedia of Natural Medicine by Michael Murray and Joseph Pizzorno.